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The People Behind SBRC

Find out more about our team and their areas of focus within SBRC

Mark Cunningham Dickie

Mark Cunningham Dickie

Incident Response

Mark joined SBRC in September of 2020 as the Cyber Incident Response Manager. Mark has spent the last 5 years performing vulnerability assessments and penetration tests on all of Police Scotland’s systems and ICT (Information Communication Technology) services. Mark’s extensive experience includes setting up frameworks to detect and assess vulnerabilities across tens of thousands of devices located across Scotland while providing business and environment specific reporting to all organisational levels involved with ICT security and vulnerability remediation.

Mark has extensive knowledge designing, building and replacing entire domain infrastructures from scratch and in accordance with best practices. Mark’s expertise extends across both Linux and Windows platforms, a variety of storage and virtualisation technologies as well as Cisco networking.

Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson

Business Resilience Advisor

Mark joined the centre in February 2019 as a Business Resilience Advisor. Mark is a seconded Police Officer from Police Scotland where he has gained 28 years of policing experience. Mark is trained in architectural liaison, crime prevention and delivering presentations on various aspects of crime prevention. Mark’s focus is on strengthening our partnerships within our Retail and Tourism work-stream.

David MacCrimmon

David MacCrimmon

SOC and Counter Terrorism Lead

David joined the Centre in March 2017 and is our lead for Serious & Organised Crime and Counter Terrorism. He is seconded from Police Scotland where he has 22 years police experience in a variety of roles including Response Policing, CID, Community Policing, Road Policing and latterly Border Policing Command at Glasgow International Airport before taking up his post with us. 

David is the manager of CSSC Scotland and coordinator of ACT CT awareness training for members and in support of Police Scotland.